Guided Fly Fishing With Capt. Brandon In New Orleans, Louisiana

Center Console
2 Guests

About This Boat

Come down to New Orleans for Guided Fly Fishing Trip for as low as $119 per hour (minimum 4 hours). All fly and light tackle (spin) gear. Please specify if you will need a right-hand retrieve fly reel. We encourage you to use your own equipment if that's more comfortable for you.


• Full Day: $600 per boat (Year-Round)
• Half Day: $475 per boat (Spring and Summer only)
• Pricing is based on 1-2 anglers per boat

What You Can Expect:

Fly fishing or light tackle sight fishing in the Louisiana marsh just outside of New Orleans is an incredible experience like none other.  A day with Southern Fly Expeditions is an escape from the everyday responsibilities and an entryway to a surreal adventure.  From the moment you meet Capt. Brandon Keck, you will begin to see the passion he has for the marsh and for sharing it with you.  His goal is to provide the most exciting, relaxing, and memorable adventure in the Louisiana marsh.

Louisiana has one of the best saltwater fisheries and has the BEST redfish fishery in the world!  Experiencing the Louisiana marsh and what it has to offer is simply unexplainable.  You'll have no sight of society, just raw nature.  No car exhaust smells, no car horns honking, no trains, and no traffic congestion.  It's a vacation from what many call "life".

There's such a large diversity of wildlife in the Louisiana marsh and you'll see something different on every charter.  You never know what you'll experience, but you'll always be glad you did.

We have some of the most aggressive and largest inshore species there are such as Bull Redfish and Black Drum, challenging Sheepshead, huge freight-train Jack Crevalle, hungry Sharks, and monstrous Alligator Gar!  Once you sight-fish one of these species on fly or light tackle you'll be hooked for life and the experience will visit you in your dreams until you come back and do it again.

Imagine your guide stealthily polling one of the best flats skiffs on the market with you on the casting platform and no other boat in sight.  Your guide calls out "11 o'clock 30 feet" and you lock your eyes on the golden glow of a bull Redfish just under the surface cruising right toward you.  You make a perfect cast!  And then all of the sudden the calm turns into an explosion as the aggressive bull Redfish completely engulfs your offering and the drag screams as the fish puts its huge tail to work like never before.  It doesn't give up quickly and you feel the raw power of the fish from your hands to your feet.  You finally get your prized catch to the boat and that it's even larger than you imagined.  Your guide lifts the fish from the water for you both to enjoy before taking photos, reviving the fish, and releasing it.  Smiles and high-fives for everyone before doing it again with no two situations being the same.  Your friends and family will ask you to explain the experience, but it's simply unexplainable.

Whether you are a novice or an experienced angler, your guide will do everything within their power to ensure you have a trip to remember!  Allow Southern Fly Expeditions to give you a true Louisiana experience and show you what we have to offer.  Come spend time on the water with us in the marsh just outside of New Orleans, Louisiana and experience the unexplainable.

What's Included

• All fly and light tackle (spin) gear. Please specify if you will need a right-hand retrieve fly reel. We encourage you to use your own equipment if that's more comfortable for you. Please keep the amount of gear to a minimum. If you choose to bring your own gear we recommend the following:

- 8, 9, & 10 wt fly rods and reels spooled with weight-forward floating fly line and plenty of backing.
- Medium to Med-Heavy spin or casting rods and reels spooled with at least 20lb-test braid.

• Transportation from your New Orleans hotel may be provided if needed. Please discuss this with your guide.
• We can stop to get breakfast and get lunch to-go as well as any drinks, etc. that you may want to buy for the day. Please discuss this with your guide.
• Fuel, Launch fee, & Ice when needed.
• Professional photos of you and your trophy. (Catch and Release)
• Ask us about our tagging program! Tag your fish with our supplied tags and you could be notified with information regarding the tagged fish if caught again and reported. It's really interesting to know how much a specific fish has grown in a certain amount of time, where it traveled to when caught, etc. This information will also be used in professional research and conservation efforts!

What to Bring

• Polarized sunglasses with amber colored lenses, Brimmed hat to shield the sun from your eyes.
• Sunblock, Waterproof top and bottom outerwear to block wind and rain.
• Warm layers of clothing for colder temperatures, Lightweight clothing for warmer temperatures. (Shorts and bare feet are NOT recommended due to the possibility of biting flies).
• A "Charter Passenger (3-day)" Louisiana fishing license is required for each angler, which can be purchased from the Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries or by calling (Text hidden). This will cover you for 3 consecutive days which you will request. An authorization number will be given to have with you on your charter(s). You do not need the license hard-copy if you have the authorization number.
• Medications that you may require.
• Notify the captain of any special accommodations needed.
• Most importantly, bring a positive attitude and a willingness to adjust depending on conditions.


If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.


  • Type: Center Console
  • Capacity: 2 People
  • Make Model: 2014 Beavertail
  • Rental Minimum: 4 hours

Rental Requirements

Additional Information

• Gratuities: Guide tips and Lodge Staff tips are not included nor required, but are much appreciated. We recommend $50-100/guest/day for guides and $25/guest/night for the lodge (if applicable). Help your guide(s) and lodge staff know that you appreciate their efforts and enjoyed your time with them.
• Active Military, Veterans, and Police Officers may receive 10% off the guide rate listed above. Please mention this at the time of booking and provide proof of your current status.
• Travel insurance is recommended and may be purchased through various providers. It's not a bad idea to be prepared and protected for the unexpected.

Cancellation Policy

• Cancellations made outside of 30 days of the booked date may be rescheduled.
• Cancellations made within 30 days of the booked date will forfeit the reservation fee.
• Cancellations made within 10 days of the booked date and no-shows will forfeit the charter fee.
• Cancellations made by the captain because of unsafe weather conditions may be refunded or rescheduled.


  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Wheel steering
  • Fishing gear
  • Trailerable
  • Outboard Engine
  • Single Engine
  • Fuel type: Gas
  • Bait
  • GPS

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